Mickey Skinner is a twenty-nine year-old loser and petty grifter beset on by all sides. Fleeing from assisting in a burglary he screwed up, his path intersects with a mobster marked for death, hidden in the trunk of the getaway car he’s just stolen. He has a chance to be a big man for once, to step up to The Big I Am. Can he pull it off or will he fuck it up like everything else he’s touched in life?
England makes the best balls-out crime fiction movies and though this one is rough, it’s worth the watching. Michael Masden’s performance alone will make you glad you did.
Firefox 4.x is the slowest goddammed thing I’ve ever used. I’m constantly cursing at my crap PC now because of how long it takes to build simple pages.
And it’s not my crap PC, either.
Because I’m typing this inside of Opera now. I decided to launch it again and, lo, there was an update to Opera 11.11.
And this thing is greased lightning!
I don’t know if this Opera update fixed all the issues that made me stop using it. But I’m going to give it a whirl for a while.
Thing is, all my damn bookmarks and RSS feeds are in Firefox now. On the other hand, I have my Speed Dial back.
And just plain speeeeeeeed too.
Update: Opera regenerated my damn Speed Dial. It’s not supposed to do that. With 282 Dials, it took about a frikkin half hour. It made a 40MB file that it expected to load every time I opened a Speed Dial tab. That’s just nuts. Once again, I resized all the 1024px-wide “thumbnails” down to 2##px wide. If you need to batch resize a bunch of PNGs fast, I recommend FastStone Photo Resizer. I downloaded and used it especially for this. It is Win.
Note: All Nook Touch rooting news of this day will be consolidated into this single post, with any updates at the end.
Repeating yesterday’s big news: Nook Touch Rooting: Script Package!
Another big development that happened yesterday I didn’t mention. And it’s a good thing too, because it might have bricked your Nook Touch! We are on the verge of having an easy rooting process, finally!
TouchNooter is a package that creates a microSD card from which a Nook Touch can be rooted automagically just by popping in the card and turning on the device.
Currently, this method is broken, but follow this XDA Developers forum thread for progress.